Free Computer and Electronics Recycling Salem Ma

Free Computer and Electronics Recycling Salem

Theusedcomputers is proud to help residents and businesses of Salem with free electronics and computer recycling. Salem is a coastal city in Essex County, Massachusetts, in the United States. Located on Massachusetts’ North Shore, Salem is a New England bedrock of history and is considered one of the most significant seaports inPuritan American history.

The city’s reported population was 41,340 at the 2010 census.[1] Salem and Lawrence were the county seats of Essex County prior to the abolishment of county government in 1999.[2]

The city is home to the House of Seven Gables, Salem State University, the Salem Willows Park, Forrest River Park, and the Peabody Essex Museum[3][4][5][6] Salem is a residential and tourist area which includes the neighborhoods of Salem Neck, The Point, South Salem and North Salem, Witchcraft Heights, Pickering Wharf, and the McIntire Historic District[7] (named after Salem’s famous architect and carver, Samuel McIntire).[8][9]

Featured notably in Arthur Miller‘s The Crucible, much of the city’s cultural identity is reflective of its role as the location of the Salem witch trials of 1692: Police cars are adorned with witch logos, a local public school is known as the Witchcraft Heights Elementary School, the Salem High School athletic teams are named the Witches; and Gallows Hill, a site of numerous public hangings, is currently used as a playing field for various sports. Tourists know Salem as a mix of important historical sites and a vibrant downtown that has more than 60 restaurants, cafes and coffee shops.[10] In 2012, the Retailers Association of Massachusetts chose Salem as the recipient of their inaugural “Best Shopping District” award.[11]

President Barack Obama on January 10, 2013, signed executive order HR1339 designating Salem as the birthplace of the U.S. National Guard.[12][13][14][15]

Tourists from all over the world make up the over one million people visit Salem annually, and bring in over $100 million dollars annually in tourism spending. [16] Courtesy of Wikipedia.

Help keep this city clean and e-waste free by recycling all your electronics and computers with theusedcomputers!

 

Electronics Recycling & Hard Drive Shredding in Boston

 We offer Electronics Recycling, On-Site Hard Drive Shredding and Secure Data Destruction options. Disposal of IT Equipment and electronics has never been easier or more secure.

Electronic Waste Recycling & Hard Drive Shredding Boston

 Hard Drive Shredding, Data Security and Hard Drive Destruction

20160218_115727Theusedcomputers adheres to a strict data security process. Having fortune 500 companies as our clients, US Government and Local governments, we have to ensure that all data from hard drives that we receive is completely destroyed. We take time to go through each machine to check if it has a hard drive and then we destroy all the data it contains.

 

 

On-Site Hard Drive Shredding & IT Asset Disposition

20160218_115806Our recycling process for Electronics is very simple and quite eco-friendly process. The materials we recycle are processed mainly for reuse and what cant be reused is broken down for parts or for raw material. We ensure all hard drives have their data destroyed and when it comes to shredding, no hard drive can be reconstructed. All the shredding is down to small components.

We follow all set guidelines set by the EPA and other Federal and State environmental agencies. We also follow guidelines set by industry organizations.

                      Secure Recycling of Computers, Laptops, Televisions & More:

Boston Electronics Recycling & On-Site Hard Drive Shredding

20160218_121712We offer Hard Drive Shredding and Secure E-Waste Recycling all over USA. Theusedcomputers is the nationwide leader in responsible electronics recycling. If you have old electronics laying around, let us collect and recycle them. By using theusedcomputers Recycling services you will be contributing to a better environment. Recycle responsibly today.

                           Computer Disposal & Certified Data Destruction

cropped-IMG-20140722-00001.jpgWe offer the best services in Certified Data Destruction, Hard Drive Shredding and Secure Computer Recycling & Disposal. We scrap materials and what we recover include iron, copper, aluminum, plastic, glass, shredded circuit boards, precious metal mix, and other valuable materials. Some of these products are further processed through a network of partner companies and other responsible recyclers.

Electronic items processed by theusedcomputers are first evaluated to determine if they can be reused or broken down for parts. Electronic items may be disassembled and the components separated for refurbishment, salvage, or scrap as e-waste.

                             Nationwide Processing Centers

Recycling used electronics is not only good for your business but its great for the environment.

We have a network of partners all over the United States and can pick up computers and used electronics from anywhere at short notice. All ewaste is properly and responsibly recycled.

Some of the Towns in Massachusetts where offer Computer recycling and all electronics waste recycling.

Acton

Town of Acton
Acton Recycling Regulations
Acton on Wikipedia

Allston

City of Allston
Allston Recycling Regulations
Allston on Wikipedia

Bedford

Town of Bedford
Bedford Recycling Regulations
Bedford on Wikipedia

Belmont

Town of Belmont
Belmont Recycling Regulations
Belmont on Wikipedia

Billerica

Town of Billerica
Billerica Recycling Regulations
Billerica on Wikipedia

Boston

City of Boston
Boston Recycling Regulations
Boston on Wikipedia

Brookline

City of Brookline
Brookline Recycling Regulations
Brookline on Wikipedia

Burlington

Town of Burlington
Burlington Recycling Regulations
Burlington on Wikipedia

Cambridge

City of Cambridge
Cambridge Recycling Regulations
Cambridge on Wikipedia

Chelmsford

Town of Chelmsford
Chelmsford Recycling Regulations
Chelmsford on Wikipedia

Chelsea

City of Chelsea
Chelsea Recycling Regulations
Chelsea on Wikipedia

Concord

Town of Concord
Concord Recycling Regulations
Concord on Wikipedia

Everett

City of Everett
Everett Recycling Regulations
Everett on Wikipedia

Framingham

Town of Framingham
Framingham Recycling Regulations
Framingham on Wikipedia

Lexington

Town of Lexington
Lexington Recycling Regulations
Lexington on Wikipedia

Lincoln

Town of Lincoln
Lincoln Recycling Regulations
Lincoln on Wikipedia

Lowell

City of Lowell
Lowell Recycling Regulations
Lowell on Wikipedia

Lynn

City of Lynn
Lynn Recycling Regulations
Lynn on Wikipedia

Malden

City of Malden
Malden Recycling Regulations
Malden on Wikipedia

Marlborough

City of Marlborough
Marlborough Recycling Regulations
Marlborough on Wikipedia

Maynard

Town of Maynard
Maynard Recycling Regulations
Maynard on Wikipedia

Medford

City of Medford
Medford Recycling Regulations
Medford on Wikipedia

Natick

Town of Natick
Natick Recycling Regulations
Natick on Wikipedia

Needham

Town of Needham
Needham Recycling Regulations
Needham on Wikipedia

Newton

City of Newton
Newton Recycling Regulations
Newton on Wikipedia

Norwood

Town of Norwood
Norwood Recycling Regulations
Norwood on Wikipedia

Peabody

City of Peabody
Peabody Recycling Regulations
Peabody on Wikipedia

Quincy

City of Quincy
Quincy Recycling Regulations
Quincy on Wikipedia

Revere

City of Revere
Revere Recycling Regulations
Revere on Wikipedia

Saugus

Town of Saugus
Saugus Recycling Regulations
Saugus on Wikipedia

Somerville

City of Somerville
Somerville Recycling Regulations
Somerville on Wikipedia

Sudbury

Town of Sudbury
Sudbury Recycling Regulations
Sudbury on Wikipedia

Waltham

City of Waltham
Waltham Recycling Regulations
Waltham on Wikipedia

Watertown

City of Watertown
Watertown Recycling Regulations
Watertown on Wikipedia

Wayland

Town of Wayland
Wayland Recycling Regulations
Wayland on Wikipedia

Wellesley

City of Wellesley
Wellesley Recycling Regulations
Wellesley on Wikipedia

Weston

Town of Weston
Weston Recycling Regulations
Weston on Wikipedia

Woburn

City of Woburn
Woburn Recycling Regulations
Woburn on Wikipedia

Worchester

City of Worcester
Worcester Recycling Regulations
Worcester on Wikipedia

New Hampshire

Amherst

Town of Amherst
Amherst Recycling Regulations
Amherst on Wikipedia

Bedford

Town of Bedford
Bedford Recycling Regulations
Bedford on Wikipedia

Derry

Town of Derry
Derry Recycling Regulations
Derry on Wikipedia

Hollis

Town of Hollis
Hollis Recycling Regulations
Hollis on Wikipedia

Hudson

Town of Hudson
Hudson Recycling Regulations
Hudson on Wikipedia

Litchfield

Town of Litchfield
Litchfield Recycling Regulations
Litchfield on Wikipedia

Londonderry

Town of Londonderry
Londonderry Recycling Regulations
Londonderry on Wikipedia

Manchester

City of Manchester
Manchester Recycling Regulations
Manchester on Wikipedia

Merrimack

Town of Merrimack
Merrimack Recycling Regulations
Merrimack on Wikipedia

Nashua

City of Nashua
Nashua Recycling Regulations
Nashua on Wikipedia

North Hampton

Town of North Hampton
North Hampton Recycling Regulations
North Hampton on Wikipedia

Pelham

Town of Pelham
Pelham Recycling Regulations
Pelham on Wikipedia

Portsmouth

City of Portsmouth
Portsmouth Recycling Regulations
Portsmouth on Wikipedia

Salem

Town of Salem
Salem Recycling Regulations
Salem on Wikipedia

Windham

Town of Windham
Windham Recycling Regulations
Windham on Wikipedia